Corporate Finance Advisors, Inc. ("CFA") began providing business intermediary and management consulting services to Northeast Ohio
clients in 1986 as the affiliate of an international firm with locations in sixty-five U.S. cities and three foreign countries.
As an outgrowth of this affiliation, CFA was incorporated by
principals Ronald B. Salupo, CPA,
and Robert E. Anderson, CPA, career professionals with almost
70 years of combined business and finance experience in both the
public accounting and private business sectors at that time. In connection
with the retirement of Mr. Anderson, in 1999, Ron's brother Gary R. Salupo
joined CFA bringing more than 30 years of retail and wholesale sales and
merchandising experience to the business intermediary profession. Unfortunately,
Gary suffered an untimely death in April, 2009. Shortly thereafter, Ron's
daughter Sharon L. Salupo
joined the firm bringing 15 years accounting and business advisory experience
to her new position as Vice President of CFA.
CFA provides business intermediary and management consulting
services to the healthcare industry (special emphasis on medical transcription,
medical billing/coding/collections and third party administrator business
segments), radio broadcasting, manufacturing and service industries (including
emphasis on child care centers), legal and financial organizations, and
individual owners/investors using the latest state-of-the-art computer
software technology available. CFA's intelligence database reflects up-to-date
pronouncements, legislation and communications from the American Institute
of Certified Public Accountants, American Society of Appraisers, Internal
Revenue Service, court cases, professional societies, healthcare and broadcasting
organizations, trade associations, and other networking intermediaries.
CFA's primary goal is to achieve its client's objectives by providing services of the highest quality, integrity and confidentiality in the areas
of business valuations, mergers, acquisitions (including acquisition searches), divestitures, and financing.
- AICPA - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- OBBA - Ohio Business Brokers Association
- OSCPA - Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants
- IBA - Institute of Business Appraisers
- CABOR - Cleveland Area Board of Realtors